The RSPCA re-homes thousands of unwanted cats, kittens, dogs and puppies every year. The Society strongly advises neutering at an early age to help reduce this problem. It's a straightforward operation which can be arranged with a vet.
London, UK (PRWEB) January 29, 2009
Free Online Bingo website, LiveBingo.com, has placed its support behind a campaign to improve the affordability of pet spaying in an attempt to lighten the burden on animal welfare centres in these tough economic times.
Thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens are born every year, and the RSPCA strongly advises neutering at an early age. Neutering in the UK costs in the region of £180 for a bitch and £100 for a dog, which is an expense beyond the means of many households at the moment.
LiveBingo.com is offering a £30 rebate to the first 100 Live Bingo members who provide a current Veterinarian's invoice and a photo of their beloved cat or dog enjoying their newfound lack of responsibility.
RSPCA chief veterinary adviser Mark Evans said: "The RSPCA re-homes thousands of unwanted cats, kittens, dogs and puppies every year. The Society strongly advises neutering at an early age to help reduce this problem. It's a straightforward operation which can be arranged with a vet."
LiveBingo.com Manager, Andrew Housego, who coincidentally shares his nickname with the traditional Bingo moniker "Housie", is pleased to be assisting a worthy cause. "It's no coincidence that the RSPCA's demand increases during tough economic times. People are finding it tough enough to keep their existing animals healthy and happy without the addition of unwanted arrivals."
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